Alfred Morris turned in a career day yesterday with 21 carries for 113 yards rushing and a touchdown in the Redskins’ 24-22, come-from-behind victory against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
And, of course, for the fourth time this season, Morris celebrated with a home-run swing after scoring his touchdown against the Bucs — a 39-yard scamper into the end zone.
The .GIF above shows Morris’ celebration after that touchdown, which is a tribute to a couple local Little League baseball teams.
Morris is turning in quite the impressive rookie campaign. Through four games, the sixth-round draft pick has 376 yards rushing and four touchdowns, which is tied for the league lead with fellow rookie teammate, Robert Griffin III.
The best thing about the above image is that if you watch it enough times, Morris will eventually surpass Barry Bonds as the Home Run King (which, in my mind, is a title that belongs to Hank Aaron, anyway).
Special thanks to Burgundy Blog, which had originally posted the above image.
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